Ellis Sher

Maslow launches lending division for industrial sector



Maslow Capital has announced the launch of a new lending service dedicated to the industrial and logistics sectors.

This is the latest sector expansion by the real estate development financier following the release of its purpose-built student accommodation lending  product last year.

Loans for the new service are for a minimum of £5m with a maximum LTV at 65%.

Products available include mid box and logistics, refurbishment and multi-let schemes.

Senior deal originator Michael Kearney will run the specialist lending desk for the industrial and logistics sectors.

In April, research for Q1 2018 by CBRE found that there were 62 buildings under construction in logistics covering more than 19 million sq ft of space in the UK.

Maslow believed its experience in the development and regeneration process could meet clients’ exact requirements.

Ellis Sher, co-founder of Maslow Capital (pictured above), said: “Our new offer for the industrial sector is the latest step in our plans to expand into more diverse markets, enabling us to deliver bespoke lending facilities for developers of these essential assets across England.  

“The opportunities for developers in the sector are compelling and we are committed to supporting the long-term strength of the sector by providing tailored, fit-for-purpose lending solutions that enable assets to be developed efficiently and which meet the needs of owners and occupiers. 

“As with our other specialist offers, we are looking to the future – the rapid expansion of the sector in the first quarter, in particular, highlights the opportunities for our clients and we are looking forward to underpinning their ambitions as we move forward.”


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